Posts Tagged “christian-post”
A $2 million reward was offered on Thursday for information leading to the arrest of the first woman ever to make the Federal Bureau of Investigation's "Most Wanted Terrorist" list.
The family of a bullied boy who died at the weekend has said that he is now "with God" in a tragic case that has gained international attention recently.
Minnesota's largest megachurch, Eagle Brook, is expecting to break ground on a new $25 million satellite campus in Woodbury in April.
The father of Brazilian surfer Derek Rabelo prayed that his son would become a professional in the sport, but when Rabelo was born blind it seemed that dream would never be realized. A new documentary by Walking On Water Films shows how, as a teenager, the blind boy’s faith and determination helped him accomplish his goal of surfing one of the world’s most challenging and dangerous waves: the Banzai Pipeline.
What is the impact on a leader and his or her leadership when he or she is involved in an affair? I have been disgusted as I heard different pundits attempt to answer this question. The typical perspective regurgitated about the Petraeus and Broadwell affair is that, outside of the security concerns, it’s really no big deal.
The Ohio Supreme Court agreed this week to hear the case of a teacher who was fired for allegedly injecting religion into the classroom. John Freshwater was officially dismissed from Mount Vernon Middle School in January 2011 and the termination by the district board was upheld by a local judge in October.
A whites-only pastors’ conference in Alabama concluded Friday with a disturbing ceremony – the burning of a cross, or what organizers prefer to call the “Sacred Christian Cross Lighting Ceremony.”